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19/07/2019
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Energy debate gains power figures

Greens candidate Thomas Campbell with former Glenelg Shire mayopr Frank Ziegler and independent candidate Rod van de Hoef, Liberal Party candidate Roma Britnell and independent candidate Roy Reekie in Portland on Wednesday night.A RENEWABLE energy forum brought South West coast by-election candidates together for the first time on Wednesday night.
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The Australian Wind Alliance organised the forum at Portland Arts Centre with former Glenelg Shire mayor Frank Ziegler as compare.

Nine candidates took part in the debate with more than 60 people in attendance. Australian Christians candidate Lillian Len did not attend and independent candidate Swampy Marsh sent his apologies.

Australian Wind Alliance south west organiser Angela McFeeterssaid investment in renewable energy was a key topic of discussion on Wednesday night.

“Two candidates backed Victoria having its own renewable energy target- Thomas Campbell (Greens) and Roy Reekie (independent),” Ms McFeeters said.

“Both Pete Smith (independent Liberal) and Michael Neoh (National Party) expressed support for a renewable energy research centre to be built in Portland.”

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‘Hunger Games’ with Saskia Beer

Year nine Kapunda High School students participating in the Finding My Place program with Saskia Beer.Year nine Kapunda High School students picked up cooking tips from Saskia Beer,learnt about quality produce and food handlingat a ‘Hunger Games’ event.
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As part of the Finding My Place program which helps students learn life skills, the ‘Hunger Games’ event was an informative cooking demonstration culminating in a shared lunch.

Lorinda Bayley, community development officer at Light Regional Council said, “The program aims to teach young people to gain more confidence in preparing their own meals from scratch with a focus on healthy choices, rather than eating a frozen pizza for instance.

The students heard a food safety standards presentation from Light Regional Council’s Environmental Health Officer David Hooper.

Tips for Teens’ in the kitchen were discussed and a mini Masterchef cupcake decorating session was held.

Year nine Kapunda High School students hands on in the kitchen with Saskia Beer.

Saskia demonstrated cooking a meal of chicken salad, chicken laksa, and creamy scrambled eggs – made from fresh produce sourced from Barossa Farmers Marketwhich which was thenshared for lunch.

“We have excellent produce right here on our doorstep in the Barossa Valley and it is important that we investin and inspireour youth and have them understand how to use it and the value of good quality produce,” Saskia said.

“I was very proud of the students for remembering the food safety rules such as washing their hands before handling food,” Lorinda said.

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Triple R teaches lessons for life

SCHOOL OF THOUGHT: Mansfield Primary School is on the right track to promote respectful relationships between its students, staff and the wider community through the Triple R philosophy in place in Mansfield cluster schools.
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GOOD EXAMPLE: Paul Volkering has seen a change in student behaviour since they were made more accountable to the Triple R philosophy in the past five years.

When Paul Volkering took up the reins atMansfield Public School five years ago he was alarmed bythe anti-social behaviour playing outin the schoolyard.

There was a deal of pushing and shoving;somekids were retaliatingwith sticks.

He brought in aMelbournestudent welfare officerwho reaffirmed his belief that actionwas needed.

The school had already adopted the Victorian public schools’Triple R philosophy –Respect for ourselves, Respect for others, Respect for our world –but the students were not always being made accountable.

“You can’t just expect it will work under its own steam,” Mr Volkeringsays.

The school, with 340 students,logged every anti-socialincident in the grounds –80 to 90 ina week –before it got back to basics.

Firstly, student welfare co-ordinator Nicole Commerford came on boardto help make the students accountable for theTriple R philosophy, which aims to build a safe andsupportive school culture and environment where the school community promotes respectful and non-violent attitudes and behaviours.

It coversall aspects of school lifeincluding expectations for student behaviour, staff/student relationships, Student Support Services and teaching and learning.

Secondly,the school beganworkingwith parents, staff and other professionals to nurture a cultural change in behaviour.

“There tends to be more violence and aggression in the media and on TV; we’re helping students understand it isn’t appropriate behaviour,” Mr Volkeringsays.

Thirdly, the school introducedthe Better Buddies Programwhichmatched students to a “buddy”ina higher grade tofoster stronger relationships and support over threeyears.

A fortnightly raffle prize atthe school assembly reinforces positive behaviour among students.

Finally,concerned by the lateness of sexuality education, earlier onset of puberty and relationship issues amongstudents, the student welfare co-ordinatormet with the adolescent school nurseto embed comprehensive sexuality education across the P-6 curriculum.

The Triple R theme is supported by all public stateschools in the Mansfield cluster.

In 2016 the schools will pool resources to employ a local speech therapist, which was deemed to be a priority for students with minor speech issues who were slipping through the net.

Mr Volkering says within 12 months the number of anti-social incidents logged weeklyin the schoolyard fell from 80-90 to 10.

“We still have incidents but it’s dramatically reduced,” he says.

“99.9 per cent of the kids are walking the talk.”

Mr Volkering says the message is working well inschools and will be pushed out to Mansfield sporting clubs in 2016 and then the wider community.

“Mansfield is standing up as a community for respect; it’s a pretty simple message.”

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Back to the future, today

Cody Davies and Tony Piccolo launching the new broadcasting site.Taking its cue from the Back to the Future films, Gawler Broadcasting Association held its official launch and AGM on October 21, 2015 – the same date Marty McFly and Doc Brown visited from the 1980s.
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It’s been two years in the making since a group of Gawler enthusiasts banded together with a dream of a community radio station for the town, with Wednesday night’s launch the first step in making it a reality.

Chairman of the Board, Cody Davies welcomed members to the AGM, and gave a short history of the group’s activities in the past two years, with the financial report presented and elections held.

On the completion of the AGM, Gawler Community Radio supporter and local MP Tony Piccolo pressed the button to officially launch the new on-line site, which has podcasts covering a variety of programs.

Currently there are seven “shows” for community members to chose from, covering a variety of tastes.

For lovers of the arts, “The Gawler Music Scene” should prove popular, while the “Rick and Rob Sports Show” will look to cover everything from interviews with sports-people, opinions and history.

There is “Talk Sci-Fi”, “House Hunt” “Business Development Chat” and “Marilyn Interviews”, as well as “Dig It”, which is an unusual series of gardening tips for dogs.

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Men flown to Concord hospital for burns treatment after gas leak

AT THE SCENE: The Frost Street gas leak on Tuesday afternoon. Photo: STEVE GOSCHTWO male workers who sustained burn injuries to the face, arms and hands during a gas leak and fire in Frost Street late on Tuesday afternoon have been flown to Concord Repatriation General Hospital in Sydney for specialist burns treatment.
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The two injured men are aged 53 and 27 respectively.

A SafeWork NSW spokesman said an inspector visited the site on Wednesday.

He said the men were working on a stormwater sewer line in front of a construction site when they ruptured a high pressure natural gas pipe.

“When one of the workers attempted to use a jackhammer to break up the gas pipe’s concrete casing the gas has ignited, causing the burns to the male workers,” the SafeWork spokesman said.

STORY, PHOTOS: Men suffer burns and residents evacuated

Emergency services rushed to the area just before 4pm on Tuesday with around 20 residents from nearby houses evacuated as a precautionary measure.

Nearby residents acted quickly and ran water over the burns of the man most seriously injured until paramedics arrived.

While police and SafeWork investigators initially collaborated over the investigation, it is now being spearheaded by SafeWork staff and the investigation is ongoing.

Both men were initially treated at Orange hospital before being flown to Concord hospital.

A Concord Repatriation General Hospital spokesman said they would not release details of the men’s injuries or condition.

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TBT: Spotlight on Goulburn, October 2005Photos

TBT: Spotlight on Goulburn, October 2005 | Photos Photos from the pages of the Goulburn Post – October 2005.
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Michelle promoting Pink Ribbon in memory of her mum

GOOD TIMES: Michelle Carson pictured with her mum Jan before she commenced her breast cancer treatment.Michelle Carson will be selling merchandise on Pink Ribbon Day in memory of her mother Jan who died from breast cancer in August.
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The Ulladulla hairdresser is encouraging local shoppers to support the Cancer Council’s breast and gynaecologicalfundraising stalls outside Milton IGA, at the Burrill Lake shops and in Rowen’s Arcade on Friday October 23.

Michelle has rallied volunteers to man the stalls and pound the pavement on Pink Ribbon Day.

“My beautiful mum just passed away in August from breast cancer,” she said.

“I was by her side through chemoand when we got the news that her cancer spread.

“We only just lost our dad also less than 12 months earlier.

“Now I feel I can help by raising money and awareness about cancer”.

Every day in Australia around 50 women are diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer.

In the Southern NSW regionit is predicted that, by 2016, 210 people will be diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer in a single year, with 44 deaths expected.

But there is hope.

The five year survival rate for breast cancer has increased by 17 per centin the past two decadesand by 7 per centfor women with a gynaecological cancer in the same periodthanks to advancements in cancer research and prevention.

Cancer Council NSW hopes to raise $3.1 million in NSW with funds going towards vital cancer research, prevention programs, advocacy, and information and support services for all those affected by breast and gynaecological cancers.

Michelle said stalls in Milton and Ulladulla would be operating throughout the day, while the Burrill Lake fundraiser would run between 6.30am and 9am.

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Court battle delays work on factory

Stalled: Demolition of the former Camperdown Bonlac factory has been stalled by a court case. Picture: Angela MilnePLANS for further demolition work on theformer Camperdown Bonlac factory are in limbo following a court dispute between the site owner and the developer, Camperdown Dairy International (CDI).
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The Weekly Times this week reporteda statement of claim had been lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria last week byMary Bevilacqua and her company Aqueous Corporation Pty Ltd claiming that CDI and its director Bill McDonald had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.

Mrs Bevilacqua is linked to the Melbourne-based De Cicco Industries that bought the former Camperdown Bonlac factory in 2006 and rebadged it as theCamperdown Cheese Company.

In the statement of claim, Ms Bevilacqua and Aqueous asks thatCDI be restrained from further demolishing buildings on thesite without their consent, and dowaterproofing works to protect remaining buildings on the property.

Mr McDonald’s lawyer, Dale Cliff, of Mills Oakley, said Mrs Bevilacqua had not been misled “in any sense of the word” and the case was “a petty squabble.”

He told The Standard Mr McDonald did not know why the claim had been made to the court when he had already agreed not to do any works without Ms Bevilacqua’s permission.

Mr Cliff said Mrs Bevilacqua’s claims that her relationship with Mr McDonald deteriorated after she ended an extramartial affair with him were not relevant to the court action she was seeking.

Mrs Bevilacqua also expressed concern about the financial guarantees that Mr McDonald had given over their agreement for Mr McDonald to lease the Camperdown property before buying it after three years. She said the properties listed in the guarantees were not owned by Mr McDonald.

Mr Cliff said the three properties listed as Mr McDonald’s assets were in the name of his client’s wife but he controlled them.

The case is due to go the Victorian Supreme Court on Tuesday.

CDI wants to build a$120 million milk and nutritional powder plant on the site andbegan demolishingbuildings in February.

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Winners are grinners

Just some of the winning grinners at the Southern Highlands Local Business Awards, held at the Mittagong RSL Club on October 21. Photo Ainsleigh SheridanAWARDS were handed out in 30 categories, but everyone walked away feeling like winners at the Southern Highlands Local Business Awards.
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“We conduct 25 awards throughout the year and I have to say the standard is very high in the Southern Highlands,” said awards convenor Steve Loe.

“It’s something you should be very proud of,” he told the sold-out room of 400 finalists, guests and dignitaries at Mittagong RSL on October 21.

Mr Loe’s company, Precedent Productions, this year independently managed, judged and hosted the awards commending quality customer service.

Realtors Highlands Property won Business of the Year as well as their Real Estate category, and took to the stage twice to thank their staff and clients

“It’s a huge privilege to be invited into someone’s home and we never take that privilege for granted,” said the company’s licensee in charge, Peter Walker.

Several category winners took the opportunity to celebrate how they employ local people and successfully run independent businesses in a tough market.

“Keep supporting local businesses, it’s important,” said Austruss founder Andrew Fowler, who took home the category award for Best in Manufacturing.

“We employ 50 local people and it’s good to see others rewarded for their efforts in this,” he said, such as Harris Farm Markets (Best in Fresh Food), with more than 70.

Mic Mac Boutique (Best in Fashion) owner Kim Macdonald said she was “proud to be one of the individual shop owners in this field”.

United Culture’s Patrick Glanville (Businessman of the Year and Best in Hairdressing) echoed the sentiment with a call for a return to small shops over chains.

Jane Crowley of Dirty Jane’s (Best in Specialised Retail) agreed, recalling recent times when her business “was going to cease to exist”.

“Developers wanted to move in, flatten us and put a huge mall in the middle of Bowral. But thanks to our customers and supporters, that didn’t happen,” she said.

The teams from Mittagong Charcoal Chicken (Best in Fast Food) and Capital Chemist Bowral (Best in Pharmacy) thanked customers for sharing “smiles” and “fun”.

But perhaps Phil Forrester of Le Mans Motors (Best in Automotive) spoke for all when he said: “There’s only one way to do it, and that’s to do it as best you can.”

Emcee Paul Hancock (Channel Nine) and entertainers Damn Good Divas and Australian Idol finalist Hayley Jensen kept the night going on a sweet note.

Mr Loe thanked the awards’ major sponsors Hume Coal and TrueLocal, and support sponsors Harper Entertainment Distribution Services, Clifton Accountants, Boral Cement Berrima, Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Southern Highlands Business Women’s Network as well as exclusive media partner Southern Highland News.

CATEGORY and OVERALL WINNERS

Accommodation: Peppers Manor House, Sutton Forest

Antiques, Art, Crafts & Gifts: Mittagong Antiques Centre

Automotive Services: Le Mans Motors, Bowral

Bakery/Cake Shop: Stones Patisserie, Berrima

Beauty Services: The Vogue Room, Bowral

Cafe: Il Pranzo, Moss Vale

Child Care Services: Gibbergunyah Long Daycare, Mittagong

Fashion Shop: Mic Mac Boutique, Bowral

Fast Food/Takeaway: Mittagong Charcoal Chicken

Fitness Services: BENt On Crossfit, Mittagong

Fresh Food: Harris Farm Markets, Bowral

Hairdresser: United Culture, Bowral

Health Improvement Services: Hill Top Surgery

Home Furniture & Furnishings: Bed Bath & Table, Bowral

Manufacturing: Austruss, Willow Vale

New Business: Ten Thousand Paces (retail gallery), Bowral

Not For Profit: Interchange Australia, Bowral

Pharmacy: Capital Chemist Bowral

Professional Services: RMB Lawyers, Bowral

Real Estate Agency: Highlands Property, Bowral

Restaurant: Eschalot, Berrima

Service & Trade: G.J Gardner Homes Southern Highlands, Mittagong

Specialised Business: Mali Brae Farm, Moss Vale

Specialised Retail Business: Dirty Jane’s, Bowral

Tourism Services: Small Farm Expo, Bowral

Business Man of the Year: United Culture, Bowral

Business Woman of the Year: Nest Children’s Physiotherapy, Bowral

Youth Award: Jack Smith of A.T. Roofing, Bowral

Environmental Sustainability Award: Tammie Ash @ Exclusive Hair & Beauty, Mittagong

Environmental Sustainability Award (Highly Commended): Book Us Bookkeeping, Mittagong

Environmental Sustainability Award (Highly Commended): Irelands Machinery, Braemar

Business of the Year: Highlands Property

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Wagga City ready for another test

HOWZAT: Wagga City captain Jon Nicoll makes a big show against Lake Albert at McPherson Oval last Saturday. Picture: Les Smith
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WAGGA City will continue to blood their next generation as they prepare to meet St Michaels at Robertson Oval on Saturday.

The Cats have entered this season with their youngest list in years but have still produced the goods with two wins from two matches.

On Saturday, they meet another unbeaten team in St Michaels and will be without opening bowler Dean Crane, along with Daniel Davey and Chris Butt.

Promising teenager Dan O’Reilly is expected to come in for his first grade debut.

“We’re as young as we possibly could be,” Wagga City captain Jon Nicoll said.

“It’s all trial and error.

“There will be a point in the year where we run into the wall but we’ll try to mix things up.”

Nicoll said the Cats’ strong start to the year has been a pleasant surprise.

“It’s taken us by surprise,” he said.

“The guys that have played have been going well.”

St Michaels are arguably the in-form team of the competition after the opening two weeks.

Nicoll looks forward to another test.

“Every game, every week for us is going to be a big game,” he said.

“We’re looking forward to it, it’s a great opportunity to play against a side with plenty of experience like St Michaels.”

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